O.K. Enough blather. Back to actual knitting…
Progress continues to be made on my Berroco Suede Shapely T. I’m now up to the armhole decreases on the back (this shot shows the front folded in half, and the back still on the needles. The entire front is here):
It’s been slow going however – and not because of the pattern (which is great), or the yarn (which is annoying but I’ve gotten used to it.) I’m afraid life has intruded into my knitting time. We’ve made an offer on a new house, and I’m now in the middle of a cleaning and de-cluttering frenzy, getting ready to put our current place up for sale. Here’s a snap of the new place:
Knitting relevance? This 1912 bungalow has a striking well-preserved Craftsman-style interior and a large dining room. While I don’t have a dining room table yet, I will finally have somewhere to display my now estivating Kinzel Tudor Rose tablecloth. So I better retrieve it from the Chest of Knitting HorrorsTM and finally finish it off. Plus, although you can’t see thehouse’s interior,I think there’s scope here for some knitted lace curtains as well.
So laugh if you will, I’m off to pack up my closet-dwelling stash, and The Chest of Knitting HorrorsTM